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Anyone ever do that? He said it may help to "tell" the subconcious to not be so intrusive.
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found this online,
"So, although we need to be able to use our imaginations creatively to shape our lives, we also need to be able to snap out of daydreaming mode and actively engage in the life decisions and responsibilities that face us. However, if you've fallen into a pattern of habitual daydreaming, it can feel surprisingly difficult to pull yourself out of it."
it's a self hypnosis track for sale to stop excessive daydreaming
He gave me a self hypnosis CD to listen to. I've played it two nights. I keep falling alseep so I don't know everything it says, lol. But I am sleeping better, not getting stuck into DDs when I wake in the middle of the night. And today I am able to better keep it a bay. I think the wall between my conscious and subconscious is getting stronger. This is a good development, just being able to "fight" is a good change. I'm going to keep listening.
I haven't been hypnotised myself, and I have heard that it can work very well, but (just personally) I probably wouldn't. I'd be too scared about my subconscious screwing something up somehow, misinterpreting what it's been told or whatever. It's just stupid fears.
But I've heard it can be very effective, so if you're willing to try it, then go for it!
And we'd all like to hear how it goes, how it helps. (Well, I would, but I'm sure everyone else would too.)
I've been to see a hypnotherapist about my daydreaming problem before. I didn't daydream for two weeks afterwards.
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